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New public notices published in the issue of April 2, 2021

NOTICE OF ASSESSMENTLIEN FORECLOSURE SALE
YOU ARE NOTIFIED THAT,
1. Default has occurred in the conditions of the Common Interest Community No. 45, A Planned Community, Townhomes of Stonegate Declaration, Wright County, Minnesota, by Emma Loudermill, as fee owner(s) of the below-described property subject to said Declarations.
2. Pursuant to the Common Interest Community No. 45, A Planned Community, Townhomes of Stonegate Declaration, filed in the Office of the County Recorder for Wright County on August 13, 2001 as Document No. 752804; re-recorded on January 4, 2002 as Document No. 771708 and all amendments thereto, and Minnesota Statutes, a statutory lien exists for unpaid assessments and fees incurred from December 1, 2020 to the date of this notice.
3. No action or proceeding has been instituted at law to recover the debt secured by the statutory lien or any part thereof, or if an action has been instituted it has been dismissed or discharged prior to the commencement of these proceedings.
4. The holder of the lien has complied with all conditions precedent to acceleration of the debt secured by the assessment lien and foreclosure of said lien, and all notice and other requirements of applicable statutes.
5. As of the date of this notice the amount due, after acceleration, pursuant to the Association’s Declarations and By-laws, is: $2,316.61.
6. As of the date of this notice, the names of all parties that have been released from liability for the assessment lien are as follows: NONE.
7. Legal description of property:
Lot 2, Block 24, Stonegate Estates Second Addition, Common Interest Community No. 45
8. Physical address of property: 15641 82nd Street NE, Otsego, Minnesota 55330
9. Tax parcel identification number: 118-087-024020
10. Pursuant to the provisions of the Common Interest Community No. 45, A Planned Community, Townhomes of Stonegate Declaration, the lien will be foreclosed and the property will be sold by the Sheriff of Wright County, State of Minnesota, as follows:
Date and time of sale: May 20, 2021 at 10:00 a.m.
Place of sale: Wright County Sheriff’s Office, 3800 Braddock Avenue NE, Buffalo, Minnesota 55313
to pay the debt then secured by said lien, including any additional assessments and late fees that may become due through the date of sale, along with the costs, attorney’s fees and disbursements allowed by law.
11. The time allowed by law for redemption by the mortgagor, or mortgagor’s personal representatives or assigns is six (6) months after the date of said sale.
12. THE TIME ALLOWED BY LAW FOR REDEMPTION BY THE MORTGAGORS, THE MORTGAGORS’ PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES OR ASSIGNS, MAY BE REDUCED TO FIVE WEEKS IF A JUDICIAL ORDER IS ENTERED UNDER MINNESOTA STATUTES SECTION 582.032, DETERMINING AMONG OTHER THINGS, THAT THE MORTGAGED PREMISES ARE IMPROVED WITH A RESIDENTIAL DWELLING OF LESS THAN FIVE UNITS, ARE NOT PROPERTY USED IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION, AND ARE ABANDONED.
13. Minnesota Statutes Section 582.04(b) provides, “If the real estate is an owner-occupied, single-family dwelling, the notice must also specify the date on or before which the mortgagor must vacate the property if the mortgage is not reinstated under section 580.30 or the property redeemed under section 580.23.” If this statute applies, the time to vacate the property is 11:59 p.m. on: November 20, 2021.
14. THIS COMMUNICATION IS FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. THE RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF THE DEBT AND IDENTITY OF THE ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION.
Dated as of March 25, 2021
GREENSTEIN SELLERS, PLLC
By: s/Matthew S. Greenstein
Daniel B. Greenstein (#142104)
Matthew S. Greenstein (#392044)
825 Nicollet Mall, Suite 1648
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402
Telephone: (763) 285-4677
Attorneys for Townhomes of Stonegate Association, Inc.
Published in the Herald Journal, April 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 and May 7, 2021.
BOARD MINUTESBOARD OF WRIGHTCOUNTY COMMISSIONERSMARCH 16, 2021DATE APPROVED: MARCH 23, 2021
The Wright County Board met in regular session at 9:00 A.M. with Husom, Vetsch, Daleiden, Wetter, and Kaczmarek present.
COUNTY BOARD MINUTES 3-2-21 MEETING
Husom moved to approve the minutes from 3-2-21. The motion was seconded Vetsch and carried 5-0.
AGENDA
Daleiden stated he would like to add, Item C. under Items for Consideration, regarding future plowing and mowing contracts.
Vetsch moved to approve the Agenda with the addition of Item C. regarding plowing and mowing contracts. The motion was seconded by Wetter and carried 5-0.
CONSENT AGENDA
Kaczmarek moved to approve the Consent Agenda with the removal of Item E2. (Sheriff’s Office backfill position) for discussion. The motion was seconded by Wetter. The motion failed, 2-3.
Vetsch moved to approve the Consent Agenda as presented. The motion was seconded by Husom and carried 4-1 with Kaczmarek voting against it.
A. ADMINISTRATION- HUMAN RESOURCES
1. Request approval and authorization of signatures of a memorandum of agreement (MOA) to allow Minnesota Public Employee Association (MNPEA), Teamsters Local 23, and Non-Union (Exempt) employees to donate accrued Vacation/PTO to Civilian Corrections Officer Jessica Triplett
2. Request approval and authorization of signature of a memorandum of agreement (MOA) to allow Wright County Deputies Association (WCDA) members to donate accrued vacation time to Sheriff Deputy Joseph Adams
3. Request approval of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 49 and Wright County for ten-hour workdays for the Highway, Survey, and Parks & Recreation staff members
B. ADMINISTRATION- FINANCE
1. Approve budget adjustment for Administration of $2,000 from Operating Supplies to Small Equipment
01-031-000-0000-6411 Operating Supplies- $2,000
01-031-000-0000-6480 Small Equipment- $2,000
2. Approve the budget amendments as attached
The Land Records staff moves to the Recorder’s budget under a new program code 044 (01-101-044). The recording of the mortgage registration and deed tax will now be collected in the Recorder’s Office
3. Approve transfer of $1,020,000 from fund 34-150-CIP Levy Stabilization Fund to 34-170-CIP Technology Fund
34-150-000-0000-6910 transfer out $1,020,000
34-170-000-0000-5910 transfer in $1,020,000
4. Acknowledge Warrants issued between February 24, 2021 and March 9, 2021 (See below, Item X. Warrants)
C. HEALTH & HUMANSERVICES
1. Position replacement
A. Office Technician I
B. Office Technician II
D. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
1. Refer to 3-4-21 Technology Committee:
A. Project updates
1. CAMA
2. Admin- Event Scheduler
3. HHS- Contact Management Center
4. Admin- Government Center
5. EDMS- Recorders- Historical Scanning
6. ERP
B. Solution Architect Updates
1. 0365
2. ECM
C. New project requests
1. Attorney MNCIS Court Notices- Document interfaces
D. 2021 Project Summary
2. Approval of Insight CISCO quote for purchase
E. SHERIFF’S OFFICE
1. Approve and sign the 2020 Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG)
2. Position backfill: one Deputy FTE due to a retirement (Tabled from March 2, 2021)
TIMED AGENDA ITEMS
REUBEN PENSKE, ROVER SERVICE DOG OUTPOST, HEART IN AMERICA
Penske summarized the history of Rover Service Dog Outpost. He said he was injured and his dog, Rocket Blondie, was able to help him heal from his trauma by being his alert dog. Penske started a non-profit to help disabled veterans, law enforcement, and autistic children who would benefit from having a service dog. Penske asked for permission to do an outreach program in a few of the County’s parks.
Daleiden explained to Penske he would have to speak with Parks & Recreation Director Marc Mattice to set up an outreach program at the County parks. He also explained to Penske that the only way he could spend the night would be at one of the campsites. Daleiden also recommended speaking with Veteran Services Officer Greg Pickard regarding finding a veteran that would benefit from having a service dog.
ALICIA O’HARE, WRIGHT SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Mississippi- Saint Cloud One Watershed One Plan Planning Application and South Fork Crow One Watershed One Plan Planning Application
O’Hare discussed the One Watershed One Plan with the board. She reminded the board there are three major watersheds in Wright County. She said the Board of Soil and Water Resources is planning on the Major Watershed Scale instead of the County Scale. It has been discussed between members to split it into two major watersheds for consistency. This would limit planning partners, meaning there wouldn’t be as many counties involved, making it more efficient.
Wetter is on the One Watershed One Plan Committee and she said she supports the boundary change because it will be easier to work with a smaller group.
Resolution to support boundary change
Wetter moved to support the boundary change. The motion was seconded by Vetsch and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
Resolution to support planning application
Vetsch moved to support the planning application. The motion was seconded by Husom and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
Identify potential Policy Committee member for Mississippi- Saint Cloud
Wetter volunteered to be a Policy Committee member. Vetsch moved to appoint Wetter to the Policy Committee for Mississippi- Saint Cloud. The motion was seconded by Kaczmarek and carried 5-0.
Identify potential Policy Committee member for South Fork Crow
Wetter volunteered to be a Policy Committee member. Vetsch moved to appoint Wetter to the Policy Committee for South Fork Crow. The motion was seconded by Kaczmarek and carried 5-0.
PUBLIC HEARING ON ORDINANCE AMENDMENT 21-2A, AMENDMENT TO THE SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE
Civil Division Chief, Greg Kryzer stated this was follow-up to the recent change in duties between the Finance Department and the Recorders Office. The Land Records Management Department moved to the Recorders Office and the planning process is being streamlined.
Daleiden opened the public hearing. No one from the public came forward to speak regarding the ordinance.
Vetsch moved to approve Ordinance Amendment 21-2A, to Land Records. The motion was seconded by Husom and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
CHAD HAUSMANN, HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT
Award Contract No. 2101, 2021 Pavement Preservation Contract to Knife River Corporation of Sauk Rapids, MN. It is recommended to award the contract to the low bidder Knife River Corp. in the amount of $7,287,860.38
Hausmann discussed the bids the Highway Department received for the Pavement Preservation Contract with the Board. The Highway Department opened bidding on March 4, 2021 and is recommending the low bid from Knife River Corporation be awarded the contract. This also includes an alternate bid for the Crow River Regional Trail paving for the Parks & Recreation Department. The project funding includes over six million in State Aid Funding, $911,000 in Local Levy and more than $323,000 for the Parks & Recreation Department’s alternate bid.
Vetsch moved to award Contract No. 2101 to Knife River Corporation in the amount of $7,287,860.38. The motion was seconded by Husom and carried 5-0.
Award Contract No. 2102, 2021 Seal Coat Contract to Allied Blacktop Company of Maple Grove, MN. It is recommended to award the contract to the low bidder Allied Blacktop Co. in the amount of $535,945.15
Hausmann discussed the bids the Highway Department received for the Seal Coat Contract. The Highway Department opened bidding on March 4, 2021 and is recommending the low bid from Allied Blacktop Company be awarded the contract.
Vetsch moved to award Contract No. 2102 to Allied Blacktop Company in the amount of $535,945.15. The motion was seconded by Kaczmarek and carried 5-0.
Award Contract No. 2103, 2021 Pavement Markings Contract to AAA Striping Service Company of Saint Michael, MN. It is recommended to award the contract to the low bidder AAA Striping Service Co. in the amount of $419,800.00
Hausmann discussed the bids the Highway Department received for the Pavement Markings Contract. The Highway Department opened bidding on March 4, 2021 and is recommending the low bid from AAA Striping Service Company be awarded the contract. This bid came in under budget which gives the Highway Department leeway for any extra striping emergencies that come up throughout the year.
Vetsch moved to award Contract No. 2103 to AAA Striping Service Company in the amount of $419,800.00. The motion was seconded by Husom and carried 5-0.
ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION
3-9-21 COUNTY BOARD WORKSHOP MEETING MINUTES
Vetsch moved to accept the County Board Workshop meeting minutes from 3-9-21. The motion was seconded by Wetter and carried 5-0.
I. Dental Clinic
Discussion regarding the selection of a general architect verses a dental architect took place between the Board and CEO of Community Dental Care (CDC) Karen Kleinhaus. There was a memorandum in the Boards packet with pertinent information from Flaherty Hood P.A., regarding the dental clinic project. There are several options to consider before moving forward with the project.
RECOMMENDATION:
The Board requested Community Dental Care provide names of at least three different architects that are well versed in dental clinics. The Board will also provide names of a few additional architects to get a better range on pricing. The architect with the lowest bid will be chosen whether it is an architect that specializes in dental clinics or not.
II. Investment Policy
Auditor/Treasurer Bob Hiivala gave the Board an update on the Investment Policy. A fixed income portfolio was distributed to the Board with information regarding the County’s current investments through UBS Investment Banking Company. Hiivala broke down the bond summary and bond holdings for the Commissioners.
RECOMMENDATION:
Informational only.
III. Overview of Ditches
AG & Drainage Coordinator Matt Detjen introduced the new County AG Inspector Cody Lehn. Lehn informed the Board that he started with Wright County, October 2019 in the Parks & Recreation Department.
Detjen sent documents to the Board regarding the 2021 County Ditch Master Plan which is on SharePoint and can be updated in real time. The Board asked questions regarding specific ditches which Detjen not only answered but was able to show the Board in the documents.
RECOMMENDATION:
Informational only.
IV. Justice Center Virtual Tour
A/V Technician Frank Petitta shared the video of the Justice Center, that he had created. The video is about 10 minutes long and goes through the public spaces at the Justice Center.
RECOMMENDATION:
County Attorney Brian Lutes recommended sending him the link to the video so he can share it with Judges. Lutes wanted to make sure there are no concerns regarding the safety of staff and security of the Justice Center, before it is published, for public viewing.
V. Clean Car Standards Discussion
Wetter said Minnesota needs to decide on the California Rule which is very strict or the Federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Rule regarding the Clean Car Standards. She explained the Minnesota Rural Counties (MRC) is proposing to adopt the Minnesota Clean Car Rule without consulting the Legislature and encourages the Walz Administration to withdraw the proposed rule and submit the issues for Legislative review.
George Salonek from Buffalo said Minnesota doesn’t need to rush to be like the East or West coast. He said the battery-operated cars will still give off pollution it will just be a different kind of pollution.
RECOMMENDATION:
The Board recommended sending a letter to MRC encouraging a more open discussion with the Legislature rather than have it administratively enforced. County Administrator Lee Kelly will reach out to MRC to clarify if the letter should be sent directly to them.
VI. Allina Donation Discussion
Husom met with the President of Allina Clinics Kelly Spratt and Wellness Coordinator Mona Volden regarding Wright County being involved with a memorial for the victims of the Allina Clinic Buffalo shooting that occurred on February 9, 2021. The discussion is in the beginning stages regarding what type of memorial Wright County could donate. Wright County would likely do a memorial as a collaborative effort with the City of Buffalo. The Board gave ideas of where the memorial could be and what type of memorial it could be.
RECOMMENDATION:
Informational only.
VII. City of Clearwater Letter of Support
Vetsch informed the Board that the City of Clearwater reached out to him, asking for a letter of support from the Board requesting a Long-range Transportation Study and Corridor Study from County Road 7 to County Road 75. The potential upgrades to the Clearwater Bridge are coming up in 2028 and the city wants to develop a long-range plan.
RECOMMENDATION:
Daleiden asked Kelly to reach out to Highway Department Virgil Hawkins and discuss sending a letter in support. Daleiden suggested sending two letters, one from the County Board and one from the Highway Department.
The meeting adjourned at 11:42 AM.
County Board Workshop Minutes submitted by Angie Fisher, Administrative Specialist
ADMINISTRATION
New Government Center Level 0 space discussion
Kaczmarek said he spoke with County Administrator Lee Kelly, other county staff members, Community Dental Care (CDC), and other dental clinics in the area regarding the dental clinic that is planned for inside the Government Center. Kaczmarek said while speaking with CDC he was informed the first meeting between the County and CDC was September 2018.
The initial cost to build and equip the new Government Center for a dental office was proposed at $2.4 million with the possibility of grants up to 1.5 million. Kaczmarek said the grant is an application process and the County is not guaranteed the money.
Kaczmarek informed the rest of the Board that there are other providers that provide the same services. He said there is a mobile dental clinic that comes to Buffalo once a month and if a procedure can’t be done in the mobile clinic the patient is then referred to the regular clinic in Hennepin County.
There is not a signed lease agreement or contract with CDC. Kaczmarek said he does not support going any further with building a dental clinic in the Government Center. He said the most fiscally responsible thing to do at this point is to leave the space open but bring it up to code, until a better proposal comes along.
Vetsch said if Kaczmarek wants to table the discussion and search for other providers he would be okay with that. However, if Kaczmarek wants to table it indefinitely, it would likely kill the County’s chances of future bonding from the Legislature in Wright County.
Kaczmarek moved to stop pursuing the dental clinic located in the Government Center any further. The motion failed, due to the lack of a second.
Director of Public Health Sarah Grosshuesch gave statistics to the board regarding medical and dental insurance and how the dental clinic will benefit those who don’t have insurance.
Schedule Committee of The Whole to discuss School Resource Officer Contracts
Kelly said the Buffalo Schools reached out and asked the County to reconsider the School Resource Officer (SRO) Contracts for the upcoming school year. Kelly thought it would be a good idea to schedule a Committee of The Whole (COTW) in the upcoming weeks to address the contracts prior to the schools working on the budget for next year. There are approximately 12 SRO’s, with a contract cost of $43,764 each. It is planned that these contracts would increase for the upcoming school year by $5,000, and an additional increase of $10,000 for the following year.
Vetsch moved to freeze the School Resource Officer Contract rate at $43,764 each for one year. The motion was seconded by Husom and carried 5-0.
Department budget review
Information Technology Director Matthew Fomby reviewed the Information Technology budget with the Board. Kaczmarek said IT had a budget of $21,000 for overtime in 2020, but the amount spent on overtime was $73,885.27. Kaczmarek said there are 18 employees in IT and of those 18, five of them made between $4,000 and $8,000 dollars in overtime. One full-time employee made $33,369.10 in overtime. Kaczmarek asked if any of those employees were administration staff or supervisors, Fomby clarified none of the employees mentioned were supervisors.
Fomby said the Personnel Budget was at $83,036.54 which is under budget. Fomby explained that at times staff can flex hours by coming in early or staying late but that is not always feasible when working on special projects.
State and Local Coronavirus Fiscal Recovery Funds discussion
Kelly said the American Rescue Plan has made it through the House, Senate and President Biden has signed it. Several agencies are working on trying to figure out what exactly that means for counties. Kelly said $61.5 billion will be distributed amongst different counties. Wright County will see the first allocated amount in about 60 days. Then, the second allocated amount will be about a year from now. Some planning from the Board will need to be done to get input on how the County wants to move forward.
Vetsch suggested discussing the allocated funds at a COTW meeting.
Husom moved to set a Committee of The Whole meeting at 10:30 A.M., March 23, 2021. The motion was seconded by Vetsch and carried 5-0.
Future Plowing and Mowing Contracts
Daleiden reminded the Board that Kaczmarek had brought up plowing and mowing contracts at a previous Board meeting. Daleiden said because the County will now have one campus it may be beneficial to look at the plowing and mowing contracts to see if any money can be saved. Daleiden suggested discussing this at a COTW meeting in mid-April, giving everyone involved time to prepare.
ADVISORY COMMITTEE/ADVISORY BOARD UPDATES
Highway 12 Coalition. Kaczmarek said there will be a detour planned from May 2021 to September 2021, south of Highway 12, from County Road 6 going towards Maple Plain.
Farm Bureau Fundraiser at Cub Foods. Kaczmarek, Vetsch and Wetter attended the fundraiser for the food shelf at Cub Foods in Buffalo. The three Commissioners were against the State Representatives. The Commissioners gathered $1,630 worth of food, with a total weight of 934 pounds, beating out the State Representatives. All the food went to Wright County Community Action (WCCA) and the food shelf in Rockford.
Solar Work Group. Kaczmarek and Vetsch attended the Solar Group meeting. The group is working on a proposal for the surety deposits for when companies want to pay for the permit for solar farms.
Minnesota Rural Counties. Kaczmarek attended the meeting. Twelve counties signed the Clean Car Act resolution, and seven counties chose to adopt a letter to send instead.
Buffalo Safe Schools. Husom attended the Safe Schools meeting. Buffalo Schools have welcomed the kids back to school full time.
Central Minnesota Jobs and Training Joint Powers Board. Husom attended and welcomed two new Commissioners to the Board. The unemployment rate in Wright County is at 4.4 percent which is slightly below the average in Minnesota which is 4.6 percent.
Safe Community Wright County. Husom said there was discussion regarding speed and distracted driving which continues to be a problem in the County. April 5, 2021 through April 30, 2021 will be the Distracted Driving Enforcement. There will be a Just Drive event April 24, 2021 from 9:00 A.M. until 12:00 P.M. at the Monticello Middle School. It’s a family event and free to the public. There was also discussion regarding the Federal Safety Grants for some upcoming projects in Wright County one of which is a roundabout in Buffalo.
Public Works Labor Management Meeting. Husom said there were 100 picnic tables rebuilt for the parks. There are new cabinets in Ney Park. The parks and trails use has been higher due to the pandemic. The Department of Transportation inspections have started. There was a drive through vaccine clinic that gave 600 vaccines.
Mental Health Taskforce. Daleiden attended the meeting on March 9, 2021. Mental health issues are still a big problem in the County and State. There are still a lack of beds and many don’t have insurance to get the help they need.
Parks & Recreation. Daleiden said the campgrounds are filling up fast and with the Governor’s new order additional campsites will be open.
Central Mississippi River Regional Planning Partnership (CMRP). Vetsch attended the CMRP meeting. The second round of engagements are wrapping up and the group is putting together a workshop for discussions regarding the next steps with hopes this will be the first in-person meeting.
Lake Charlotte & Lake Martha Subordinate Sewer District. Wetter said there was an assessment of $3,000 each which covers the deficit. Discussion regarding what the money should be used for took place. The question was posed, should the money go back to the people or should it be put in a fund and used for unforeseen issues
North Fork One Watershed One Plan. Wetter attended the March 3, 2021 meeting. The Wright County Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) is the grant holder of the money. At the meeting Officers were chosen and there was discussion because any project over $50,000 must go before the Board for approval and there are timing issues due to the SWCD only meeting every four months.
Centra Minnesota Council on Aging. Wetter said Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU’s) are a part of the landowner’s detached unit to help seniors who need care or housing for a relative, friend or caregiver for the landowner.
Association of County Administrators. Kelly has been receiving calls regarding what is happening with the legislature.
Trailblazer. Kelly said the bus expansion project is nearly complete other than some pavement. Work on closing out the finance for the project is being done.
Economic Development Authority. Kelly said he is making sure everyone is ready for the presentations as well as ongoing work with the ERP project.
The meeting adjourned at 11:01 a.m.
County Board Minutes submitted by Angie Fisher, Administrative Specialist
Published in the Herald Journal, April 2, 2021.
WARRANTS FOR PUBLICATIONWarrants Approved On 2/24/2021For Payment 2/24/2021
DATABANK IMX LLC 182,103.00
DELL MARKETING LP 6,407.62
DLT SOLUTIONS LLC 5,798.95
GLOVER CONSULTING LLC 10,735.00
LOTUS PHARMACY 4,176.08
MCKESSON MEDICAL-SURGICAL 4,201.00
MN COUNTIES COMPUTER COOPERATIVE 13,877.50
OFFICE OF MN IT SERVICES 3,000.00
OMNICARE INC 3,698.32
ON-DEMAND SERVICES GROUP INC 12,048.00
PUSH PEDAL PULL 5,672.90
SCHNEIDER CORPORATION 6,167.00
12 Payments less than 2000 6,286.59
Final Total: 264,171.96
Warrants Approved On 2/25/2021For Payment 2/25/2021
A KEEN SENSE OF CLEAN 2,000.00
APPLE JACK ORCHARDS, LLC. 20,000.00
CENTRE POINTE TRAINING STABLE, LLC 15,000.00
CROW RIVER CROSSFIT 8,000.00
ELEVATED WELLNESS LLC 4,000.00
ESCAPE ROOM COKATO 2,000.00
HAYES PUBLIC HOUSE 5,000.00
HOUSE OF LO 25,000.00
IMAGINATION PLAY PARK, INC . 20,000.00
INSPIRATION FITNESS LLC 20,000.00
JLC FOODS OF ROCHESTER INC 20,000.00
JLM1 LLC 25,000.00
JON ANSTETT GYMNASTICS INC 10,000.00
LTWIG INC 25,000.00
LUCILLE MURRAYS STUDIO OF DANCE 10,000.00
MADIGANS, INC. 25,000.00
MONTICELLO AMERICAN LEGION 25,000.00
NATURAL ROOTS SALON, INC. 2,000.00
NORTHWOODS ENTERTAINMENT, LLC 40,000.00
ON STAGE SCHOOL OF DANCE 6,000.00
PUMPKIN PATCH PRESCHOOL 20,000.00
RUSTECH BREWING COMPANY LLC 2,000.00
SHOOTING STARS GYMNASTICS CLUB LLC 10,000.00
SOULFULSOUNDER LLC 6,000.00
STAR SEEKERS PRODUCTION 4,000.00
TOWN CLUB, INC. 19,000.00
TS6 CONSULTING, LLC. 2,000.00
VELOCITY AQUATICS 2,000.00
VIKING RESTORATION, LLC 2,000.00
3 Payments less than 2000 3,000.00
Final Total: 379,000.00
Warrants Approved On 2/26/2021For Payment 2/26/2021
AFSCME LOCAL 2685 4,271.96
AIG RETIREMENT COMPANY 6,020.15
HEALTH PARTNERS 36,109.21
ING 12,743.00
LOCAL 320 4,603.00
MATRIX TRUST COMPANY 3,350.00
MN BENEFIT ASSOCIATION 2,510.98
MN CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENT CENTER 2,059.50
NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SOLUTIONS 3,038.53
PUBLIC EMP RETIREMENT ASSN 383,618.59
WRIGHT CO CAFETERIA PLAN 28,415.08
8 Payments less than 2000 5,706.42
Final Total: 492,446.42
Warrants Approved On 2/26/2021For Payment 2/26/2021
WAVERLY/CITY OF 109,083.85
Final Total: 109,083.85
Warrants Approved On 2/26/2021For Payment 2/26/2021
ALL STATE COMMUNICATIONS INC 7,246.00
ARAMARK SERVICES INC 16,337.19
BUFFALO AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 5,000.00
DESIGN ELECTRICAL INC-COLD SPRING ELEC. 13,599.41
FS3 INC 4,181.98
GRANITE ELECTRONICS 21,933.00
GUARDIAN FLEET SAFETY LLC 7,018.85
HOKLER JR/THEODORE T 70,680.00
INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC 9,546.64
INTEGRIPRINT INC 2,553.13
MARTIN-MCALLISTER CONSULTING 3,300.00
MCCULLOUGH/RENE CARLTON 24,020.00
MERITIDE INC 35,000.00
MONTICELLO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & IND 5,000.00
MONTICELLO/CITY OF 5,182.80
PAVEMENT STENCIL COMPANY LLC 2,315.12
RYAN AUTOMOTIVE 2,439.58
SCHNEIDER GEOSPATIAL, LLC 6,167.00
SHULTZ/TARRA LEE 23,770.00
WEBER/WESTON 9,540.00
62 Payments less than 2000 33,117.56
Final Total: 307,948.26
Warrants Approved On 3/01/2021For Payment 3/01/2021
BAUMANN ENTERPRISES II INC. 20,000.00
BK HOSPITALITY GROUP 10,000.00
EK RESTAURANT LLC 5,000.00
FAMILY BUFFET LLC 5,000.00
HARTFORD 13,801.28
HUIKKOS BOWLING CENTER INC 20,000.00
JLC FOODS OF ROCHESTER INC 5,000.00
JSCAMPION LLC 10,000.00
NEW CHINA BUFFET OF MONTICELLO INC 5,000.00
1 Payments less than 2000 500.00
Final Total: 94,301.28
Warrants Approved On 3/01/2021For Payment 3/01/2021
RACK ENTERPRISES OF ANNANDALE LLC 5,000.00
UP THE CREEK GRILL & BAR INC 5,000.00
WILLY MCCOYS OF ALBERTVILLE LLC 5,000.00
2 Payments less than 2000 1,500.00
Final Total: 16,500.00
Warrants Approved On 3/01/2021For Payment 3/01/2021
AMERICAN LEGION POST 145 25,000.00
BAIT AND HOOK SEAFOOD AND GRILL 5,000.00
BAUMANN ENTERPRISES II INC. 5,000.00
BEDROCK BAR AND GRILL 5,000.00
BILLY D’S CROOKED TAVERN 5,000.00
BROASTER CATERING INC 5,000.00
CAFE JULES LLC 6,000.00
CLASSIC HALL CENTER, INC 25,000.00
CLEARWATER AMERICAN LEGION 5,000.00
COUNTRY INN & SUITES -ALBERTVILLE 5,000.00
D MICHAEL B’S II, INC 5,000.00
DELANO AMERICAN LEGION 15,000.00
DELANO AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE INC 5,000.00
DELANO LANES & ENTERTAINMENT INC 20,000.00
DENNY’S OF OTSEGO 5,000.00
DITTO’S BAR 5,000.00
EL BAMBA TRES 5,000.00
EVELYN’S WINEBAR LLC 5,000.00
HAYES PUBLIC HOUSE 5,000.00
HOLT - PETERSON BUS 10,000.00
LGM INC 5,000.00
LU’S CAFE & CATERING 12,000.00
MILL CREEK INN, INC. 5,000.00
MILLSIDE TAVERN, INC. 5,000.00
MONTI NUTRITION 10,000.00
MONTICELLO PIZZA RANCH 5,000.00
MONTICELLO SUPER 8 5,000.00
NEIGHBORS EATERY AND SALOON 5,000.00
NORTHWOODS ENTERTAINMENT, LLC 40,000.00
PANCHO VILLA RESTAURANT 5,000.00
RANCHO GRANDE RESTAURANT INC 5,000.00
RIVER CITY EXTREME, INC 20,000.00
RIVER INN BAR & GRILL 5,000.00
SPRINT 2,259.51
ST CLOUD/CITY OF 13,245.07
ST. MICHAEL CINEMA 20,000.00
THE KING HOUSE RESTAURANT & BAR 5,000.00
THOMSON REUTERS WEST PUBLISHING CORP 2,607.69
TOM N GARY’S BOWING CENTER ANNANDALE 20,000.00
TRICAMBRA FOODS INC 5,000.00
USAQUATICS, INC. 2,000.00
WEST RIVER RESTAURANTS INC 5,000.00
14 Payments less than 2000 6,872.86
Final Total: 379,985.13
Warrants Approved For Payment 3/01/2021
MN DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE 94,019.68
Final Total: 94,019.68
Warrants Approved On 3/03/2021For Payment 3/03/2021
2ND WIND EXERCISE EQUIPMENT 55,935.10
BEAUDRY PROPANE INC 2,575.05
BOARMAN KROOS VOGEL GROUP INC 16,744.86
BUFFALO/CITY OF 4,225.77
CENTERPOINT ENERGY 15,955.00
CLIFTONLARSONALLEN LLP 11,025.00
DELANO AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE INC 5,000.00
DELL MARKETING LP 13,725.04
GABRIEL/CATHLEEN 7,280.00
HILLYARD INC - MINNEAPOLIS 3,450.63
LAUMANN’S OUTDOORS 10,620.00
MID-MINNESOTA HOT MIX INC 22,080.00
MUELLER/CRAIG 2,285.97
ON-DEMAND SERVICES GROUP INC 16,150.00
PROCISE SOLUTIONS INC 5,600.00
QUALITY APPLIANCE & TV REPAIR 14,480.00
THE HOME DEPOT PRO 3,125.57
TW VENDING INC 18,312.51
WM CORPORATE SERVICES, INC . 5,575.37
WRIGHT HENNEPIN ELECTRIC 2,914.53
34 Payments less than 2000 12,473.06
Final Total: 249,533.46
Warrants Approved On 3/03/2021For Payment 3/03/2021
IRON HORSE GRILL AND SALOON INC 5,000.00
1 Payments less than 2000 52.50
Final Total: 5,052.50
Warrants Approved On 3/03/2021For Payment 3/03/2021
BAUMANN ENTERPRISES II INC. 20,000.00
BUFFALO AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 5,000.00
2 Payments less than 2000 2,363.00
Final Total: 27,363.00
Warrants Approved On 3/05/2021For Payment 3/05/2021
AT&T MOBILITY 8,636.69
BROCK WHITE CO LLC 23,100.00
CENTRA SOTA COOPERATIVE - BUFFALO 30,935.03
DELL MARKETING LP 13,100.08
GWF LLC 3,530.00
MARCO TECHNOLOGIES LLC 3,989.93
27 Payments less than 2000 8,318.09
Final Total: 91,609.82
Warrants Approved On 3/08/2021For Payment 3/08/2021
ABM BUILDING VALUE 23,000.50
COMM OF MMB, TREAS DIV 44,823.00
FIRST STATE TIRE DISPOSAL INC 3,345.85
FURTHER 6,722.70
GUARD BUILDINGS LLC 6,920.00
WRIGHT CO SNOWMOBILE TRAIL ASN 20,739.72
24 Payments less than 2000 10,608.66
Final Total: 116,160.43
Warrants Approved For Payment 3/08/2021
MN DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES 3,566.02
MN DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE 1,009,659.82
QUADIENT LEASING USA INC 10,000.00
1 Payments less than 2000 5.00
Final Total: 1,023,230.84
Warrants Approved On 3/08/2021For Payment 3/08/2021
DELANO 4TH OF JULY COMMITTEE 5,000.00
Final Total: 5,000.00
Published in the Herald Journal, April 2, 2021.
WRIGHT COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSIONNOTICE OF INTENT TO AMEND THE WRIGHT ORDINANCECHAPTER 155 ZONING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Wright County Planning Commission on Thursday, April 15, 2021, at 1:00 P.M., will hold a public hearing to consider amending the Wright County Code of Ordinances. The amendment has been assigned number 21-3. This consideration and discussion will take place in the Commissioners’ Board Room at the Wright County Government Center, Buffalo, Minnesota.
The Wright County Planning Commission will be reviewing and discussing proposed amendment to the Wright County Code of Ordinances. Proposed is to amend 155.108(C)(14)(c), to add a minimum escrow deposit and surety amount.
The proposed ordinance can be reviewed in person in the Wright County Planning and Zoning Office in the Wright County Government Center.
In response to COVID-19, and pursuant to Minnesota Statute Chapter 12 relating to Emergency Management, Governor Walz has declared a state of emergency. In response to the state of emergency and in accordance with Minnesota Statute Chapter 13D.021, in person public attendance and comments will not be allowed, to conform with MDH and CDC guidelines to minimize gatherings. The meeting will be broadcast live on the Wright County YouTube channel. Written comments must be submitted to Wright County Planning and Zoning, 10 2nd Street N.W., Room 140, Buffalo, MN 55313. All written comments received by at 4:00 p.m. April 14, 2021 will receive full consideration by the Wright County Board. Requests to provide oral comment must be made to the Wright County Planning and Zoning Department by 4:00 p.m. on April 14, 2021. Persons requesting to provide oral comment will be provided instructions on how to join the meeting using Microsoft Teams. Microsoft Teams has telephone and/or video capabilities.
Persons who want to watch the public hearing remotely, but not provide comment, can visit the Wright County Planning Commission website at http://www.co.wright.mn.us/333/Planning-Commission the week of the meeting for the link to the you tube video.
Interpreter Services will be provided upon written request.
Lee R. Kelly
County Administrator
Published in the Herald Journal, April 2, 2021.
N O T I C E O F P U B L I C H E A R I N G
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on Thursday, April 15, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. the Wright County Planning Commission will hold a hearing in the County Commissioner’s Board Room at the Wright County Government Center, in the City of Buffalo, Minnesota to consider the following item:
KAMI HOLDINGS LLC
LOCATION: Approx. 45.5 acres east of Pilger Ave. NW - Part of Gov’t Lot 5; South 25 acres of NW of NW Section 27, Township 121, Range 28, Wright County, Minnesota. (E. Lake Sylvia -Southside Twp.) Tax #217-000-272200; -272301 & part of -272300
Property owner: Hennepin Ave. United Methodist Church
Petitions to rezone approximately 45 acres from AG General Agriculture and S-2 Residential Recreational Shorelands to R-2a Suburban-Residential and S-2 and establish a Standard Planned Unit Development District. Also a Conditional Use Permit for platted subdivision (six new riparian residential lots) as regulated in Section 155.028, 155.029, 155.051, 155.059 & 155.057 Chapter 155, Title XV, Land Usage & Zoning of the Wright County Code of Ordinances and Subdivision Regulations.
In response to COVID-19, and pursuant to Minnesota Statute Chapter 12 relating to Emergency Management, Governor Walz has declared a state of emergency. In response to the state of emergency and in accordance with Minnesota Statute Chapter 13D.021, Planning Commission members and the applicant may participate in person, by telephone, or other electronic means. The meeting will be held at the Wright County Board Room located at 10 2nd St. NW, Buffalo, MN 55313. In person public attendance and comments will not be allowed, to conform with MDH and CDC guidelines to minimize gatherings. The meeting will be broadcast live on the Wright County YouTube channel. Please visit the Wright County Planning Commission website at http://www.co.wright.mn.us/333/Planning-Commission the week of the meeting for the link to the video and further instructions on how to participate.
You may submit written testimony by emailing Sean Riley at sean.riley@co.wright.mn.us by 4:30 pm, Wednesday, April 14. Written testimony may also be provided and mailed to: Wright County Planning and Zoning, 10 2nd St. NW, Room 140, Buffalo, MN 55313-1185.
WRIGHT COUNTY PLANNING & ZONING
OFFICE
WRIGHT COUNTY GOVERNMENT CENTER
10 - 2nd STREET NW RM 140
BUFFALO MINNESOTA 55313-1185
PHONE: (763) 6827338
This meeting is subject to change. Please visit the Wright County Planning Commission webpage or sign up for automatic updates for this meeting at http://www.co.wright.mn.us/list.aspx
Published in the Herald Journal, April 2, 2021.
N O T I C E O F P U B L I C H E A R I N G
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on Thursday, April 15, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. the Wright County Planning Commission will hold a hearing in the County Commissioner’s Board Room at the Wright County Government Center, in the City of Buffalo, Minnesota to consider the following item:
MICHAEL G. LUDENIA
LOCATION: 10587 County Road 8 NW –N of SE west of road & S of NE , except parcel... Section 7, Township 121, Range 26, Wright County, Minnesota. (Silver Creek Twp.) Tax #216-000-071400
Petitions to amend the existing 1989 Conditional Use Permit for mining to allow operations to include the recycling and stockpiling of concrete and blacktop for resale as regulated in Section 155.029, 155.048 & 155.100 of Chapter 155 Title XV, Land Usage & Zoning of the Wright County Code of Ordinances.
In response to COVID-19, and pursuant to Minnesota Statute Chapter 12 relating to Emergency Management, Governor Walz has declared a state of emergency. In response to the state of emergency and in accordance with Minnesota Statute Chapter 13D.021, Planning Commission members and the applicant may participate in person, by telephone, or other electronic means. The meeting will be held at the Wright County Board Room located at 10 2nd St. NW, Buffalo, MN 55313. In person public attendance and comments will not be allowed, to conform with MDH and CDC guidelines to minimize gatherings. The meeting will be broadcast live on the Wright County YouTube channel. Please visit the Wright County Planning Commission website at http://www.co.wright.mn.us/333/Planning-Commission the week of the meeting for the link to the video and further instructions on how to participate.
You may submit written testimony by emailing Sean Riley at sean.riley@co.wright.mn.us by 4:30 pm, Wednesday, April 14. Written testimony may also be provided and mailed to: Wright County Planning and Zoning, 10 2nd St. NW, Room 140, Buffalo, MN 55313-1185.
WRIGHT COUNTY PLANNING & ZONING
OFFICE
WRIGHT COUNTY GOVERNMENT CENTER
10 - 2nd STREET NW RM 140
BUFFALO MINNESOTA 55313-1185
PHONE: (763) 6827338
This meeting is subject to change. Please visit the Wright County Planning Commission webpage or sign up for automatic updates for this meeting at http://www.co.wright.mn.us/list.aspx
Published in the Herald Journal, April 2, 2021.
N O T I C E O F P U B L I C H E A R I N G
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on Thursday, April 15, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. the Wright County Planning Commission will hold a hearing in the County Commissioner’s Board Room at the Wright County Government Center, in the City of Buffalo, Minnesota to consider the following item:
MICHAEL A. LECY
LOCATION: XXXX County Rd. 12 S – 4-acre lot desc. as part of Gov’t Lot 2, Section 1, Township 119, Range 26, Wright County, Minnesota. (Mink Lake - Marysville Twp.) Tax #211-000-011400
Owner: Paumen Investment Holdings, LLC
Petitions for a Conditional Use Permit to allow a manufactured home to be moved on a 4-acre residential lot approved by the Planning Commission on January 14, 2021 as regulated in Section 155.029, 155.0450 & 155.102(D) of Chapter 155 Title XV, Land Usage & Zoning of the Wright County Code of Ordinances.
In response to COVID-19, and pursuant to Minnesota Statute Chapter 12 relating to Emergency Management, Governor Walz has declared a state of emergency. In response to the state of emergency and in accordance with Minnesota Statute Chapter 13D.021, Planning Commission members and the applicant may participate in person, by telephone, or other electronic means. The meeting will be held at the Wright County Board Room located at 10 2nd St. NW, Buffalo, MN 55313. In person public attendance and comments will not be allowed, to conform with MDH and CDC guidelines to minimize gatherings. The meeting will be broadcast live on the Wright County YouTube channel. Please visit the Wright County Planning Commission website at http://www.co.wright.mn.us/333/Planning-Commission the week of the meeting for the link to the video and further instructions on how to participate.
You may submit written testimony by emailing Sean Riley at sean.riley@co.wright.mn.us by 4:30 pm, Wednesday, April 14. Written testimony may also be provided and mailed to: Wright County Planning and Zoning, 10 2nd St. NW, Room 140, Buffalo, MN 55313-1185.
WRIGHT COUNTY PLANNING & ZONING
OFFICE
WRIGHT COUNTY GOVERNMENT CENTER
10 - 2nd STREET NW RM 140
BUFFALO MINNESOTA 55313-1185
PHONE: (763) 6827338
This meeting is subject to change. Please visit the Wright County Planning Commission webpage or sign up for automatic updates for this meeting at http://www.co.wright.mn.us/list.aspx
Published in the Herald Journal, April 2, 2021.
N O T I C E O F P U B L I C H E A R I N G
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on Thursday, April 15, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. the Wright County Planning Commission will hold a hearing in the County Commissioner’s Board Room at the Wright County Government Center, in the City of Buffalo, Minnesota to consider the following item:
JUSTON D. DOOLEY
LOCATION: 731 County Road 30 SE – Part of E of NE , Section 18, Township 118, Range 25, Wright County, Minnesota. (Franklin Twp.) Tax #208-200-181101 Owner: Dooley Farm LLC
Petitions to amend the existing Conditional Use Permit to allow a pizza oven kitchen in new building (tasting room) approved at the February 2021 meeting as regulated in Section 155.029, 155.048 & 155.109 of Chapter 155 Title XV, Land Usage & Zoning of the Wright County Code of Ordinances.
In response to COVID-19, and pursuant to Minnesota Statute Chapter 12 relating to Emergency Management, Governor Walz has declared a state of emergency. In response to the state of emergency and in accordance with Minnesota Statute Chapter 13D.021, Planning Commission members and the applicant may participate in person, by telephone, or other electronic means. The meeting will be held at the Wright County Board Room located at 10 2nd St. NW, Buffalo, MN 55313. In person public attendance and comments will not be allowed, to conform with MDH and CDC guidelines to minimize gatherings. The meeting will be broadcast live on the Wright County YouTube channel. Please visit the Wright County Planning Commission website at http://www.co.wright.mn.us/333/Planning-Commission the week of the meeting for the link to the video and further instructions on how to participate.
You may submit written testimony by emailing Sean Riley at sean.riley@co.wright.mn.us by 4:30 pm, Wednesday, April 14. Written testimony may also be provided and mailed to: Wright County Planning and Zoning, 10 2nd St. NW, Room 140, Buffalo, MN 55313-1185.
WRIGHT COUNTY PLANNING & ZONING
OFFICE
WRIGHT COUNTY GOVERNMENT CENTER
10 - 2nd STREET NW RM 140
BUFFALO MINNESOTA 55313-1185
PHONE: (763) 6827338
This meeting is subject to change. Please visit the Wright County Planning Commission webpage or sign up for automatic updates for this meeting at http://www.co.wright.mn.us/list.aspx
Published in the Herald Journal, April 2, 2021.
MIDDLEVILLE TOWNSHIPTOWNSHIP BOARD OF REVIEW NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the Local Board of Appeal and Equalization of the TOWNSHIP OF MIDDLEVILLE of Wright County, Minnesota, will meet at the Middleville Township Hall, at 1:00 pm, on Thursday, the 8th day of April, 2021 for the purpose of reviewing and correcting the assessment of said Township for the year, 2021. All persons considering themselves aggrieved by said assessment are hereby notified to appear at said meeting, and show cause of having such assessment corrected.
No complaint that another person is assessed too low will be acted upon until the person so assessed, or his agent, shall have been notified of such complaint.
Given under my hand this twenty ninth day of March, 2021.
Joey Berg
Middleville Township Clerk
Published in the Herald Journal, April 2, 2021.